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CRETE, BONE OF CONTENTION OF TURKEY
AND GREECE, AND WARSHIP SENT THERE
, P iw w Iri j Tf" T i" VRMsu i
F , ,,7t V covmht r TX y 11 I
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j"" ' in i rir 'immmaatmmMfiamu ' mimmfmi -
ILLICIT BEER AND
Fined One Hundred
... ,-.... i ...ii .., ti,. oriniiancs8 with which the
The fimrentrntlon of worship, of various P0" er", "r"Turkev and Greece In respect to the U
,:ulpcnn nation. ,eBard "V'Tl'nt'al XZ 0 Slc? 2l7h 1. n.en.i.d by the de
fend. The Turks are determined to maintain- th elr luxe r , guarantee! l.y Great
s.rcoriuomnr.lyottheCr f ,, ,,,, of
llrltnlii, Trance. UuU and ". v cTiuimcU Creese, despite the latter', piotcstatlons of Inno
lualntnlnlng It. rule there Turkey ?"' 8 ,38,n Crctc Ccently the troop, of the four power,
.erne, of fomenting re he ot, al n.t t he f1 'f tJnwltaitl garrison there. In. Mew of the new lib
evacuated the Island, deeming It I o longer n ece r Qf (;anca lhe
ir,l reKl.no In Turkey. Almort Immed lalel, I ho f lietk nw BWn.ment. and prote.tatlons.
main town of Crete, and at other places. This nci onen ii.i . xn Kvernment disavowed any
Lked hy mmement. of Turkish roops we,o ma. . At Jh. ek u vow of
.omplklty In tho inlilnit of It. flag In Crete and a.n 8C ' l , followei, Bult with
war In 1897. In whlcli Uic iiree " " '
Illicit MiidliiK of heer nnd a close
umslilcratliMi of marked totnuRo ot
.. fonlnrnn II f the trial
mo reaiui , - -- '- .
... ii. fii,in.r. Mm Chinese proprietor
of tho llodon restaurant, who was
chnrRCd with the Illegal saio oi iu
nut-brown beorago to icpresentn
lives of tao local pollco department
on the iilsin oi ocpi. '
Chonc taado quite n P'ay tor in
jured Innnicncc. I.lcenso Inspector
Kennel was on hand at mis morn
ing's slttlnK of Judge Andrnuos
,ri nmi lin nrcsentcd n marked
coin which he sworo had passed na
currency In tho payment for tho beer
dispensed by the rcntaurnntcr.
Accordl'ig to the testimony, Ken
nel had ent two men to tho Itoston
o.tniiriini with a marked dollar.
They ordeied a meal and two bottle1
..i I...,- rim rhrorlnc drnucht was
. . .. .1 Ka iin1A(t
served in iniieo cups mm m " "-..
money dropped Into tlio cliop House
Tho polko represcntnlives tnen re
ported to renncl. lie Immediately
visited Ah Chong's place of huslncs.
and, deiu.indlng ontry to tlio ensn
box. rccocrcd tho dlsllRurcd coin.
Tho ainst of Ah Chong followed
and ho was booked for Illegal scllInK
of Intoxkanta, In as much na ho does
not possess tho necessary license lor
tho dispensing of strenuous stimu
lant.. Attorney Douthltt represented tho
rcstnurnuter, nnd several interesting
anlllpK ii r wit nnd sarcasm were ban
died about tho srlm old court room
during tho hearing.
The alleged marking of tho coin
Interested Douthltt. nnd ho wanted
to bo shown. Ily tho aid ot n magni
fying glass a small .cratch on tho
dollar waa1 disclosed. Ills Honor also
participated In tho microscopical In
Tho restaurant man declared that
he had purchased the beer from a
near-by saloon at tho express wish
ot his patrons.
Y. N. C. A. FUND
HAS OVER 60,000
Now men llko O. P. Wilder. J. M.
Dowsett, Judgo Humphrey, nnd per
haps a dozen other., well known In
tho community, turned up at tho Y. M.
O. A. building campaign headquart
ers at noon today for tho lunch, con
ference and for assignment. All Iho
companies nnd divisions are full, with
reverse, sufficient to meet case of
sickness or impcramo business uc
mnnd.. There Vvns applause nt noon today
when Mr. Carter gavo a few hints to
Boltcltoi., following a .trnlRht, busi
ness talk by Mr. Huper." Mr. Carter
(.truck a resounding noto when ho re
marked that tlio A.sociaiion wanicii
imiv treo will offering, and especially
did not wish to make demand, or to
attempt to iiso Intluenco other than
tho merits or tho campaign oaBeti on
the need of Honolulu for tho now
These aro tho flgurcB in rosponso to
tho slogan "United Honolulu" nnd to
tho request "Wntcli tho UIock :
Contribution. To Date.
Citizen.' Committee, Ocoj It. Carter,
Co. A, Oeo. It. Carter $ 1,070.00
Co. II, It. II, Trent 1,505.00
Co. C. J. f . Cooko i,f6.uu
Co. I), Geo. V. Davie. tuu.uii
Co. E, F. C. Athcrton 1,230.00
Young nuslncsH Men". Committee, V.
K. Slccrc, chairman.
Dlv. 1, Oeo. II. Angus 1,375.00
Dlv. 2, A. 1.. Cnstlo 28300
Dlv. 3, C. 8. Crano 02.00
Dlv. 4, V. 11. Iowrcy 205.00
Dlv. 5, W. T. Schmidt n&.u"
Dlv. 6, Geo. 8. Wnlerhoubo. . 630.00
Hustlers and mistier., Dr. 13. C. Ilnnd,
Hustlers, C. .1. Hunn 275.00
Hustlcis, J. C. Anderson .. 113.00
FLETCHER AT PEKIN
Army umcer in
nnnomi Ppmliliiir was very much
Interested to hear through tho II u I -I
o 1 1 n' b cxclusUo cnblo of Wednes
day afternoon that Secretary of l.c-
rntlnn I'lnlrhor nt I'cklll had been
recognized ns American nmbassador
oro tern until n .uccessor to Mr.
Crane Is appointed.
Mr. Fletcher Is n former nrmy ot
flcor and served with Gen. l'crshlng
In llm Xlnrn rnuntrv. Ho studied law
with tho Intention of getting Into
tho Judgo ndvocnto's department,
but, not making thl. for somo rea
Bon, ho wont Into the diplomatic Ber
vlco and has been stationed at l'ckln
for somo time.
Mr. Flptcher I. tho man who called
n halt In the plan to divide tho Chi
nese railway loan between tlio na
tions of Kuropc, nnd through later
negotiations secured recognition oi
Americans to a sharo In tho loan,
lfn hna mmlo n Orst-ctas record, hut
It I. not nntlclpnted that he will bo
tho permanent Ambassador nt I'cMii,
On tho first day of Its operation tlio
municipal rnllwny across tho Queens-bo-ough
brldgo from Now York to
Long Island City carried 18.000 pat-EcugcrB.
THUIISDAY, FBIDAY, SATURDAY
Vaudeville and Moving
Great Film ot
THE MARATHON RACE.
Flrat Day 134,235.00
Second Day 13328.00
Third Day 12,030.00
It was Geo. 8. Wntorhoiiic, who.
when called upon for nil nddrcs. at
tho banquet Monuny mcnins .urn;
"Wo only talk to touch."
Federal Judgo Dole Is actively solic
iting for tho fund. Ho ha. Interviewed
a number of hi. friends at tho Judi
The headquarter, aro opened nt 8
oclock ocry morning.
KING PETER'S DYNASTY
I Expulsion of Servian Royalty Sounht
i Ex-Crown Prince Dlamed.
Vienna, Austria, Sept. 10 I'rlvato ro-
i i.nrtR fiom Ilelcrade. Serxla, declart
that tho position of tho Karageorgo
... . rv i Pi I. 1 J i tici, .ivnn.tv In nrrcarlons. Tlio
ii ..Ian iinnir Tt-iiif null ,-- - ....
TIdlCl lU otiuvn niiui
Pure Water Gushes
Full details of thu lUnulopmeut or u
Bonrco or ptiro waler at Mcllrilu iil.ui-
tntlon have recentl) comu to linnd and
Iho now. I. fully u. gratifying a. as
,. n.u iinti It, llm ilnLMOiiment
or water, ptenlu tunneling has been .
. , ..r II... unlir klilttfrl'H OI .
IIIIIIU in iu ,i, ,w - --.--- -
nowspapeiB openly ilunnim inu ex
im'Blon of King I'eter and tno royai
fa in My. The- former crown prince
1 George I. at tho bottom of thu trnubli
. luw.iiiun of hlu Intrlsuos to ieeoer
his lost position ns heir to tho throiiu
ih-mniiiln that hi. debts, ainountlng
to $100,000, be paid and that ho bo
gUen a early allow anco of $25,000.
Tho situation Is oxerciuley metnnclng
mid Count Forgach, Austrian niliil.lor
i o Rervla. hns como to Vienna to con
for with tho government.
i .i.,i Vuii. ,v wlinrn III times oi
. i. ,,iii,, i.r ii,,, water Ins run salt.
Ill, Mil,, rot".- ' "V ------
As tho tilinels Iinu lieen i-moiiiiuh uiu
,. .. ..,H..nTr ivltlll 111 ktiiiun
Tho body of O. C. ChrlBtofewm. u
I ...... .....u finiM.l n III,,
A. tho lilineiii ii mi iii-cii """ '""(i weniiny luuuui. - -
...L.i,i,ii h.un .truck what Is known l,,.,,i hnlf n mlln from Wlroqua. Wis.
,. .....I ll.lu I'llll- n Ulll(ll I . . .l,...1 !... II la tint
ills neail was imiiiuui:i, imi,. ,v , '.
'certain whether this was caused by
I Mows with ii heavy weapon or wheth
er ho was run over hy his own wagon,
When tho lnuiicn Mndegaio struck
the tow-llnu of u tug In Now Ymk bar
imr mill (-unsized It wa. bollovcd tlnoo
occupants of tho launch were drowned.
... 1'. I.nwBcn and a frloud, two of the
men,' got ashore after bulng an hour
In the water. The third man, a boat
limn,, has not been found.
ww.v .mri thu i Km n uitlcn
illtl now of puro water ainoptlnB t" n
...1111.... rrnllnr.- ft illlV Not OIllV lH
tin, water puru but It Is (lowing In n
qumtlly to glvu u iiingnincvnt biipply
to ibis particular pump.
One f tfi" "Id dllllcultlo. with Me
Ilrido w.ih tho ninoiint or sale In somo
or thu wullH. With this new develop
nii-ut, tho danger ot tho salt Is not
only overcome but thero Ib more water
to be, had. .
It 1 iimlPi stood that the tnnno'lng
for water will continue ami It Is more
Hum likely that other nil 1 better water
. - AniiiTPnv CASE cilc federation iinnoiiiiccil In New
BOLTE ADULTERY CASE ielmniUK f.o.n IMropo that
AGAIN GOES OVttt i,iirliil tuitions of
I UIU iv-,iun,h ..."
, ,i. niin rurouo would take part In an Intor
J?ZrJTZ &"SiK tabor congress to bo held In
An, rod at this moinlng's ..esslon of 1 this country next ear.
Pollen Comt. Itnltt- Is icpieseiitPil
by Attornoy Alox llobliiBim, who ap-, Anna Oellsh, wife of n nobller, Iobi
..:. .o.i ii.miu iim District Magl.tratoi .,, .- i,,i.v oui 0f a window
V.. . ...i ,i,n.i limn to nreimio n H,...i i l,,,.. iLmw, i,, liuilnnaiio
IUU Ul.ll ikii ,ii ,ii-i .. ... -
II. und then Jumped herself. The
mother's leg were bioken. mo uaii)
ON NOVEMBER 20
Ceremonial This Year To
Be Held In This
el.. uiu ii,,vn ihrlr doing. In
ii..,., .lulu 1I1U tmir and thu ditto for
tho Cori-monlnl Session ha. been set
for November 20.
A special mooting oi mo oiiiin ii
been called ror October 19 and a Wrgo
niiPiidanio I. desired. Officer, of tho
organization after going over tho
wholo situation ili-ciueii m mm Mi
llie trip to llllo unit nwalt thu coming
of tho Culirornlan. next year.
Tho session till. enr bus been ar
ranged to accommodate members ot
i. ..-.I,,- Him mnv also wlfh to at
tend tho annual meeting of tho Plant
or." Association, inuru win uu-i
usual banquet parade nnd all tho Ax
ing, of n (list class affair.
Tim nmn nf llm movement nru talk
Ills explanation of tho pink-tea K n u,t of n,ai,ing n paradu wllhln
methods of hci'Wiik tho brew failed jlmj ncxt few das.
to convince the court that tho pro
ceeding wn's n lcgular imic, nnd a
lino of $100" was assessed against tho
proprlctoi, and ho was admonished
to go und sin no moie.
THE OASIS IN
A MUSICAL DRAMA
Rv TTTETTE 1HNT.P.Y THAYEH.
liiu music that makes 11110 torget
President Home come, in irom ia
mehameha for tho conference nt noon
There aro several pnirs 01 uroiiiers
In the field tho brotherH Atlicrton
Dillingham, Soicr, I-yon.
The talk at the tables these days Is
all strictly business.
A new sign at headquarters reads:
"Every Man Something Every Day."
Those who havo signed thu volun
teer lisi aro: ,
F. W. Armstrong. Ilobt. AuderBon,
C. K. Al, W D. Adams.
W. It. uauom, u. y. uumiii, v,. m.
Hawaiian Opera House
Changes His Bill
25c, 50c and 75c
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO' 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10 .JO
IMiss Emma Wiener
Champion lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15c: Skates. 15o
The music that makes unu torget .,,".; H. BIcknell. W. A. IIIIbs
tho Kiinn ln.l, and leaning back, s eo I J"" f"' " " j. Bucn
ihrrittDl, Itfilr., lnun.1 nviilltlii wnvlnc
treiB, cpol little rivers,' singing blul.
aim signing oveis, me nasn oi ugni-
ninw TtiiifTin.i intniina, nmi itn pn m
...lit., .1111...1.1, IH'VBlf ... ..... ....,
cool Btarllght, is tho mimic that ajv-l
ly", E. K. Bath, W. U. llrlnckcihoff, I.
II. Ucadle. i
D. It. Case, W. W. Chamberlain, h.
M rhpnihani. T. M. Church, A. u.
HOTEL STREET. HEAR BETHEL.
TO Y.M.C.A. FUND
.'..., oiu.i innm lime to nrepaio
the caho He existed to be rady for
tllul by Octobr 21. , ..
Attornov Peters Is looking after tho
InteiustB of tho piosecntUm In this
The handsome homo or II .1. Lack
man and four htock barn, near Olen
dale n BUburb of Cliiolnnutl were de
Btiojqd by firo. The loss IbJSO.OOO.
I.lpnt, Iluzplhurst and Pilvale Klam
of tho 17th Infantry, who were
cbiirgoil with l.llllng Pilvntu Coulter
of that leglmcnt, weio acqulted by
ii general couit-iiiartlal at Atlanta (la.
To Htlntulato luteiest In church, tho James II. Slovenson, n founer editor
llov T W Cook, rpli-eopil lecmr u uih. n. i.i,-,i n,,y-. .
Dnjlniu O. Ins nnnoitneoil that bo Washington, D. C. Ho f-onod In Ihr
vlll permit Riiiohlug durliis sorVI'vsi. clll war.
A modern V. M. C, A. building
will becoino a distinct asset to Ho
nolulu In the opinion of Oovemor
Hear. Tho Ooemor said thU
inomlng that a no wbulldlng con-
wtriltted upon the plans that are
innimnn thioughout the Stntcs would
undoubtedly stimulate a large
cieaso In tho mcmbeishlp and that
It would btlmulnte In n manifold de
gice tho good work that the V. M.
C. A. U accomplishing in tue ioiu-
niunlty. 'Ho said that the construc-
,i ,,r lin Mil nc u ong tno general
lines that havo been suggested would
piovido iKiomuiodatlons and oppor
i,,nliiP fur nhislcal exercise far bet
ter than ran bo obtained nt the null-
Tho (liueruor Is n contilbulor to
tho building fund.
Two hundrPd persons took put I" i
nmn bunt In Pittsburg. A bold nib-
her who held up n cnililor In n ulnrn
Ulld IK-.I Willi T'OO W!8 cipiureu.
. air- I V 7 . .- ,. t .... n V
iieal. to thu MentKo audience who S ' ' ""
. .. .... . i itmiinH.
Itnnw Illlln nr liirnnlrllK, nvnrnHuInn ... -.
and nil tho other term, beloved of crit
ics. Tlio man who was heard to say tho
other day that ho had always thought
a nigiiu wa. somo son oi canuy, gavo
tho Constabulary llund tho sumo closo
iiilentmn ni-il heaity applauso as did
tho possessor of a 'musical education.
Thu wpll phintpii iirrmritm. wvro
greeted by an appreciative as well as
icpresriiiniivo auuiencn, unu tno many
who wcro unablo to sccuro admission,
watched with regret tho blue flag fly
ing from 'the transiKirt Thomns, lndl
piitlnt: that there could bo no concert
Capialn Loving, who bus been with
the band ror about eight jenrs. Is un
assuming, nnd entirely freo fiom tho
mannerisms and affectations generally
Associated with leaders ot musical or
ganizations. Instead or a longnalrcd,
dtcamy-oyed embodiment ot tempera
ment, Captain 1-ovlng has tho appear
ance or long acquaintance with tho
goir lliiKs, tho gridiron, iuiu an uio
iiulitfwir utifirtu nf nn lltllllitll. Allll 111.
lendy smllo, atllklngly resembles tho
one Unit for seven jeur. bilghtenod
the executive building ut Washington,
imd Is now, no doubt lighting tho
jungles of Darkest Africa.
The band wa. most llbernl with en
cores and when tho members arose
In leupcmso to enthusiastic calls to
play a final encore our National mi
iliem. Ilielr generosity was repaid by
n I ii r in. luarpuntllllil Of the lieOlllu lirCS-
wit tiling out. and tho music that
T. Cllvo Davlcs, C. J. Day, it. doiii-
son. E. E, Dcsar, a. ii. iajiu, v. v
K. M. Elirhorn, W. D. Emerson.
John W. Farwcll. W. It. Farrlngton.
Ilev. Wllllbald Fclmy, J. J. fern, w.
A. Hartley, II. M, Ornhaiu, W. A.
Qrccnwcll, John Clulld, JameB Oulld,
W. W. Hall, IX 11. Hendrlck, Oeo.
Henshsll. Allan Herbert. D. II. Hitch
cock Dr. Hobdy. C. O. Hottol. A. 8.
Humphreys, Win. Welnrlch, Jr.
n. A. Jordan, E. W. Jonlan, J. W.
Jones. H. A. Juen, Ilov. John T. Jonos.
Q W. It. King. I.. A. Kerr. r.. iimu,
Oeo. T. Kluegol, W. A, Klnnoy.
J. M. Utile, A. U. l.nrnncn, j. i.ui-ii
8. W. I-owrcy, j. J. Lando. N. 11. Lans
ing Daniel Logan.
F D. McStocker, A. M. aierriu a. u.
Mnrques. L. L. McCandless, J. A
A. W. Nooly. Jas. Nott Jr.
C. J. Owen, J. M. ont.
J. W. Pratt, W. C. Parke. M.
Prosher. M. Phillips, P. M. Pond. T,
It. It. lleldford, W. T. Hawllns, J
n 'ii amiiiiina 1 W. Short. C
o.i..'... ..!., Tna Slnlnnr. K W. 8tlltOll
John II. Sopcr.'ltev. E. T, Simpson. B.
I. Spalding, Hen SamnioiiB, a, W.
a... It I. '
A P Taylor, J. H. Townsond, L. I).
Tlmmons A. II. Tarloton. Ed Towho,
L. E. Thayer.
n l Wilder, lilgar woou. w.
SUNDAY, OCT. 17.
1:30 F. M.
K. A. C. vs. J. A. 0. .
U. S. M. C. vs. U. A
vint nam nf Krrnnd Series.
Seats 10c, we, zoc
Friday, Oct. 15, 1909
Prizes Given Best Dressed.
Gents 50c Ladies Comp.
KH-OHANA ART LEAGUE.
Miller and Bcretania Ave.
Fort Street. Below Beretania.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
1J0 HOTEL STREET.
ent lllug out, and tno music inuii . " V"v--.": - Williams
should he lingered In. the .minds of WriRMJ. taflcld, H. I. WlIU sm.
the llslenor. a. u beautiful moniory,
nil tunrreil hv Kbllffllllg feet bailglllg
H-ats and niuch conveisatlon, 'It Is
more cniienlent, of com so, lo gei out
before the crowd sturls. und thus bo
rure of n table at ono's favorite cafe,
but discourtesy tow aid tho entertain,
eis and disrespect for the anthem sac
led to our Nation aro too dear a prlco
,.. ...... r., Illlln pninfnrf
So much for the andlonco; fur tho
Constabulary Band and tneir leaner.
therp is nralso. unstinted, unnieasuieu
More than 100 mlneiB narrowly es
caped death when flro destroyed tlio
llpplo of Kllsworth coal mine No. 2
of tho Lackawanna Sleel compan) ut
lU.orts of largo gold discoveries
M. A. Ganst to Co.
FORT AND KINO STREET8.
BEST VAUDvni in au- w".
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
.,mit imnnrv nnv
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
J A. Wilder. B. O. White, una., r,
Wilder. W. C. Wcedon.
11. M. on Holt, u m. vouicmiu, ,
J. S. Young.
Whether a Turk may become n na
turalize 1 Amorlcan clllien Is a ques
tion raised by the atfornoy-genornl or
the United States. Tho federal au
thorities hold that Turks aro descend
nni. nt AuinHn Mancols and that they
aro affected by the law which permlta
tho naturalization only or wuite per
sons and descendant of African
POST CARD ALBUMS.
An elegant line Just received.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Guideline Uradley Ulgolow. 12 veaiB
,i,i r vi.ii, Yiirk 1ms been left a one-
Ihlid Interest In her giandmother's
on the lunoko und luutaiod uveis uilestnto or .100,fl00 on condition thnt
Alnsl.a, nio ronlliiiied by miner. v,hni.iii bo not ninirlpd to n iIImucpiI man
lino leiuriioil to ueaiuu ijuui iwui, "i " in-i-i.
Dyed by the F. Thomas Dying
3 Works, S, F.
'J. Abadie, Prop., AGENT.
. AND FRIDAY
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stvlish
Dresses, tailor-made soecialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania nnd Fort streets.
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every eveninu except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Musio by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Bulletin Business Ofltce Phonf U5R.
Bulletin Eilitotinl Room Phone 185.
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